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New member appointed to Pawnee City School Board
07/11/2018

Pawnee City School

(KLZA)--The Pawnee City Board of Education voted unanimously to  confirm the appointment of Mary Moser to fill a vacancy on the Board when they met Monday evening. 

Moser will serve the remainder of the term of A.J. Tomky who resigned in June. 

In other action the Board approved a proposal from Constructors Inc. of Lincoln to add a concrete curb and gutter and concrete driveway to the south high school parking lot.  The $11,541 cost will be paid for out of the Special Building Fund.  

Board members also approved increasing substitute teacher pay from $115 to $120 per day and an increase for bus drivers from $40 to $45 per route.  
 

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